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nooo .. you dont say

I think if you stick with a pure VS/Microsoft environment, your portability options are limited, again, depending on 'what portability' you want .. what I was thinking of with the Mono stuff is, and I'd need to check, it allows you to have pretty well one code-base - you'd just have to compile it for mono on the Linux platform

Why not write it in VS/MFC now, the core functionality (ie, not the display stuff) can be separated out into its own layer, and then consider where else/what else (if ??)you need it to run on...

There are 'Open IDE's for c, c++ iirc, that work with VS compiler, GCC etc (although the name of one eludes me right at this second)
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QuestionCOM or DCOM? Pin
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